In the end, I kept it really really simple and added it to my project life album. I used Becky Higgins Design F page proctors and trimed the end strip off to make them slightly smaller than the full 12x12 size. This left me with 7, 3x4 spots to fill each day. Seven photos. I could do that. I decided to use the 6x4 spot on each page for that days words. Keeping with my super simple theme, I typed my text directly into Ali Edwards 6x4 story overlays in photoshop elements.
Some days, I ended up with more photos than others. When it came time to print the photos to add to the album, it didn't bother me too much if some photos were placed in another day. On a whole, my weekdays are usually pretty similar to each other and in months/years to come I know I am going to be grateful for the bigger picture and not to concerned about the minor details.
I had been waiting for the right photo/moment to have a go at using the one photo to fill the 12x12 page. I went with a photo of me ready to document my week. I love how it looks. I may still go back and add some journalling to this photo, as I currently undecided as to whether or not it is complete. I used this tutorial to cut my photo up (I divided my photo into 6 6x4 photos) to save and print as I don't print my photos at home. Side note: make sure you save your images in the proper format or they won't print (I totally learnt this the hard way! I'll need to wait till the next time I develop photos to print the top left hand corner!) The opposite 12x12 page is still unfilled. I'm thinking about dividing another 12x12 photo of my bedroom currently but I am still undecided.
How do you currently keep your photos and memories? Blogs? Photo albums? I would love to know.